My home state, Ohio, has not only become ground zero for the presidential campaign, it’s also become ground zero for vote fraud.
A federal judge ruled that Ohio’s Democratic Secretary of State, “Jennifer Brunner is breaking federal law by not giving county elections boards the chance to determine whether new voter registrations are fraudulent.” And this is the state where the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN), a left-wing organization for which Obama once worked, hounded a Cleveland pizza worker to register to vote multiple times. The group presses “voters already registered to vote to keep doing so.” Indeed, on Ohio voter “filled out registration cards 72 times over 18 months.”
When Bob Frantz of Cleveland’s radio station WTAM 1100 invited Brunner’s Spokesman Jeff Ortega and Communications Director, Brian Clark on separate occasions to discuss safeguards to prevent voter fraud, each Democrat hung up (Ortega here, Clark here).Â The Democrats could only respond to Frantz’s query about excluding Republican observers from monitoring early votes by claiming there was no statute mandating such observers.Â When he pressed them on the fairness of their actions, they stuck to their talking points, then hung up.
At least the Ohio press is taking notice (see, for example, this Columbus Dispatch editorial) but will the national media cover pro-Obama vote fraud in the Buckeye State . . . and around the nation?
You can bet that if a Republican official in a swing state were acting like Brunner and her staff, the national media would take notice.